Grey nomadism is considered a reward from a lifetime of hard work but the future of wandering looks less sutstainable and may happen earlier in life out of necessity, not escape.
Be honest: when you listen to somebody, are you thinking about you and how you'll formulate the wittiest, most intelligent or most logical reply? Or are you actually hearing what the other person is trying to say, asks Gary Nunn.
There are hopes that a remote region in WA's outback will be the first to become a global geopark recognised by UNESCO.
The idea of living a nomadic, off-grid lifestyle where you hunt and forage for food when you're hungry, sleep when you're tired and wake up with the sun might seem like a life full of freedom and clarity. But the reality is far less romantic.
Scores of Aussie households could be saving up to $1,000 if they just "picked up the phone" and negotiated a better deal with their energy provider, according to a new analysis of tariffs.
The modern caveman movement, paleo diets, digital detoxes and off-grid living all seek to get back to a natural way of life. But have humans ever really lived in harmony with their environment or is this notion just "paleofantasy"?
A growing number of parents are making money out of their children by turning them into social media celebrities. But the chimera of corporate branding is no antidote for lives lived in precarious times, writes Camilla Nelson.
Financial counselling call centres are "at capacity" with record numbers of older Australians unable to pay rent or make good on their mortgage repayments.